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My trip to  Road2CA  last month was a blast. I really like this quilt show. It’s not as big and overwhelming as IQF in Houston, but still shows a very high quality of quilts. Besides, coming from Seattle, spending some sweet time down in California in the dead of Winter feels so good. In the meantime, my husband finds this rather warm […]

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is now the new owner of NATURE’S LACE. I’m so pleased my work is a permanent part of this important collection. http://delquilts.blogspot.com/search/label/Lisa%20Jenni Thank You, Del. Some day, maybe in the near future, I hope to meet you in person and revisit Nature’s Lace, and of course the full collection of excellent quilts.

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Cleaning up the work table is NOT always a chore, – it gives me to surrender to another little love: to make little things. Scooping up scraps, thinking of “what could that become”. . .       …a memory piece fabric postcard of a quilt I donated to Block Party Quilters’ small quilt sale.   The quilt was […]

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What color is your shade?

(Photpgraph © by Eva Stoerch)  This picture shows exactly what I’m trying to explain to many aspiring artists: Shadow during daylight is BLUE – here is the proof! The color of the sunlight is not very visible to our human eye, but it is sligtly orangy-yellow in winter, ergo the shadow is the complimentary color. If you could […]

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Deadlines, lurking in the future, some still far away, some are drawing dangerously close to the point of delivery. Avoiding the upcoming panic feelings, writing down a plan, track life line is probably a good idea.

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I’m back in my studio…

…which is still unorganized, but I decided not to get distracted by clutter and not yet perfected furnishing solutions. If I’d wait for the perfect studio, that might take a loooooong time. Now, I’m making silk scarfs, beautiful scarfs, and small items like baggies and mini-pouches. Some of my silk scraps, kimono silks and second hand […]

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A new book…

…about painting on fabric or quilts arrived today. Great inspiration, so many different ways to apply paint to materials. –  Makes me run upstairs and mess around with paint. But,  hold on, – first I have to make a clean space for new creativity. Oh, what a chaos lives in my studio! I better get going to […]

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Plenty to do…

…after so many months of sickness and treatments. Yesterday, I tried to have “naked” look into my room which I call studio.  Not too promising and inviting for creative work. It’s a world away from being my favorite space. I suppose, it’s time to to serious planning of all the space . Get out the paper, measuring […]

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The next step…

… is getting back in shape and loosing weight. Both of my oncologists highly recomend to get truly skinny, it’ll push my chances for survival over the long run way up.  But in sharp contrast to people who get immediate “rehab” treatment in case of a heart attack or sports injury, there is no “Cancer Rehab Program” available.  […]

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It’s over…

…radiation is over, – June 17th is the big mark. Although, my skin and the tissue underneath is still heavily “cooking”. I can feel it. But, being finished with major treatment is a huge relief for me. It’s time to get back into creative mode.

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